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Terry Craddock
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  • POEM: My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Roethke (7/2/2015 11:22:00 PM)

    The father is drunk but the love for the music, the waltz, the child sharing the moment, speaks of a child idolizing a hard working loving parent, caring; who even though drunk still lovingly ritually walks the child off to bed, waltzing to the bedroom. The style and tone of this poem, make the even more like a rare treasured occurrence than a common nightly event. But then

    We romped until the pans
    Slid from the kitchen shelf;
    My mother's countenance
    Could not unfrown itself.

    is as enigmatic as the enduring adoration of the lapdog faithful loving child relating At every step you missed/
    My right ear scraped a buckle. Such lines seal a wonderful poem in dreamlike memory reality.

  • POEM: A Tragedy In Two Acts.....The Slow Death Of A Marriage by John Tansey (7/2/2015 11:11:00 PM)

    Reaching for your hand,
    five fingers scampering away
    into your pocket
    like a crab to its shell,
    I was speechless, forgot my lines

    This is indeed a pattern that may well lead to the end, so wonderfully penned :)

  • POEM: Ruling Rich Elite: Fashion New Crowd Control Measures by Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight) (6/19/2015 11:01:00 PM)

    Profit by diplomacy war is too profitable for empires to resist, but civilizations have always sort more lethal efficient ways to kill to wage war, sadly profit is considered more important than individual lives, the fate of target nations by the architects of war.

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